We are looking for projects that add value or improve the existing offer to help businesses survive and thrive.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council want to support ideas/projects that will help to revitalise, and perhaps repurpose, our high street spaces and rural communities.
Love Your High Street is an initiative with funding to support ideas from local businesses, town/parish councils, or organisations with projects that will help revive our high streets and help them to flourish for the future. Whether it's tidying up a shopfront or public space, diversifying a business, launching a business with a difference, bringing back an empty unit/first floor space into practical use or an event to attract more visitors; we want to hear from you.
Our advisers can help you to apply for this funding that might bring the right ideas to reality.
Grants of up to £10,000 will be awarded to projects that meet the criteria as outlined in the Who can apply? section (above). We are open to creative solutions that can make short-term impact and have long-term goals.
From the simple to the extraordinary, East Riding of Yorkshire Council's business team will be on hand to support you as you turn your ideas into reality, and bring life back to our high streets.Back to top
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